Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro In-Ear Headphones Review

Audio/Others by stefan @ 2021-03-08

After fitting the preferred ear tips, we started listening to different YouTube videos, podcasts and even took some phone calls. While using the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro to take phone calls, were heard by the person on the other side as we would be using the phone on speaker, but the quality has improved quite a lot after performing the latest firmware update. While you cannot expect to have the same amount of bass as when using a pair of on-ear headphones, these can deliver clear voices with good mids. Thanks to the low weight and lack of cables, the headphones are very comfortable to wear, even during workout sessions, having IPX4 water resistance.

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Packaging, A Closer Look Part I

Our first look in the TWS audio segment from Razer comes with the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro model, which is a premium set of in-ear headphones which do feature ANC but also a THX profile in order to fit better with the multimedia content. If used to game on a mobile device, these are tuned for the lowest connectivity possible (60ms), while the advertised Quick Attention Mode will use the built-in microphones to bring the outside noise in (opposite to ANC) in order to hear the persons around you and other sounds, without the need of removing the headphones from your ears: this is truly neat! There are more interesting features to discover, but let’s dig in with the packaging section first:


The product is shipped inside a very compact cardboard enclosure, which shows a photo of the headphones, the THX logo, the fact that it uses Bluetooth technology for data transmission, but also logos of the main highlights:




In order to get full functionality for the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro, you will have to install the suitable application as well, found for both Apple and Android platforms:




Some online resources can be found on the opposite side as well:




On the bottom segment, we will note the box contents, the system requirements, the product dimensions but also the internal code name and the serial number:




On the back, the main headphone components are explained in more detail, but also the ones of the charging case:




After unsealing the box, we will get to see the documentation, but also the rest of the hardware which is secured inside a custom-cut black sponge-like material:




Here are the documents we are receiving with the product:




The first one is a small product description, signed by Min-Liang Tan, Razer Co-Founder, CEO and Creative Director:




Secondly, we will note another leaflet, which explains the types of included tips; these are of SmoothConfort type, SecureSeal and a set of Comply foam ones (medium-sized):




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